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The Nuneaton Academy Student Wins Warwickshire Student Librarian of the Year Award

A Nuneaton Academy student, Jade Bason, has won the Warwickshire Student Librarian of the year Award.  Jade was nominated for this award by the Librarian at the Nuneaton Academy as she has been a student librarian since she joined the Academy.  Jade is a positive role model to other library users by always being polite and extremely helpful.  She is a keen reader and loves being able to recommend books to other students. 

The Warwickshire Student Librarian of the Year Award has been set up in memory of Elaine Dodson who was the former LRC Manager at Myton School, Warwick and died in December 2015.  Elaine was a charismatic and talented school librarian, and championed the role of student librarians in school libraries.  The award is designed to honour a student librarian from across the Warwickshire secondary schools each year.

Hannah Thompson from the School Library Service said ‘ Jade’s application was fantastic and really does highlight how young people across Warwickshire are actively using and investing in their school libraries, they value their library spaces and recognise the importance of reading for pleasure and by choice’.

The Nuneaton Academy is sponsored by North Warwickshire & Hinckley College and is a member of The Midland Academies Trust.  The Midland Academies Trust (MAT) is an innovative multi academy trust, set up by the College, to develop a network of academies who will work together and with the College to achieve the best possible outcomes for children and young people.  It offers unrivalled and unique local opportunities to students through working towards academic excellence, and through a dynamic mix of vocational expertise and resource supported by the College and partner employers.



Publication date: 13/12/2016
Tagline: The Nuneaton Academy Student Wins Warwickshire Student Librarian of the Year Award

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